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The House of Lords have released their report on Ageing including scientific advice from Trustees of the BSRA Commenting on the report Lord Patel Science and Technology Committee Chair said The Committee found that the Government needs to urgently address the key issues of reducing health inequalities implementing health system reforms and promoting lifestyle changes

The BSRA will be holding the Society s AGM on Wednesday 20th January 2021 at 11am 12pm to update you on the Society s activities over the past year Due to the current Covid 19 situation and for the safety of our members the Trustees have taken the decision to hold the AGM virtually via Microsoft Teams

Update from the BSRA Chair Professor Claire Stewart Read Professor Claire Stewart Chair of the BSRA BSRA Christmas 2020 letter

Associate Professor Julien Ochala a former BSRA board member joined the Department of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Copenhagen in May 2020 to follow his research career This year one of the Carlsberg Foundation Young Researcher Fellowships approx DKK 5 million has been awarded to Julien to fund his research over the next three

Ageing webinar co hosted by the BSRA and the Biochemical Society J Pedro Magalhaes will give the webinar Genes regulating ageing and the quest for immortality on Thursday 17th Sept at 2pm Registration here https attendee gotowebinar com register 5263542891008431630

The 2020 Thudichum Medal Lecture Alpha synuclein a central player in neurodegenerative diseases Webinar with Professor Maria Grazia Spillantini Professor Maria Grazia Spillantini is the 2020 Thudichum Medal recipient which is awarded to honour eminent scientists who have made outstanding contributions to neurochemistry and related subjects Maria Grazia is Professor of Molecular Neurology in the Clinical